|At the risk of sounding like a broken record, this post, as well as the theme on the blog this past month, has focused on how to take care of your overall wellness. I am a huge advocate of self-care, and even though I may shout it from the rooftops about how important it is for us to take care of our mental, physical, and spiritual needs, sometimes I can lose track of my own self-care needs and may need a reminder or new ideas on how to focus on myself.
|This month has been focused on self-care practices that can enhance your holistic health and well-being. I hope you have found the previous posts this month helpful in being able create a self-care routine that works for you. If you missed the previous posts or want to revisit these articles, here are the links:
|The history of yoga can be traced back to ancient times in India (around 5,000 years ago!) which makes it an enduring form of exercise for the mind and body. The practice of yoga has persisted through the years and has made it's way into mainstream health and fitness practices of the present.
|I recently became interested in using more natural products at home and decided to try my hand at making homemade soap. I wasn't sure where to even begin to learn how to make my own soap, so I turned to Pinterest and found inspiration everywhere. I quickly discovered that there are many different methods of making soap, and one of the easiest is to use a suspension mix. So I sourced the tools and ingredients (online through Amazon and in-store at Michael's) and got to work on my soap.